Next Project Discover Day: February 2020!
Due to the pandemic, the 2021 Spring Project Discovery Day will be done with at-home kits with a virtual instruction option. We will also be teaming up with Lincoln County 4-H to provide even more 4-H PDD goodness! With “Grab ‘n go” bags of supplies and instructions and the option of adding zooms, google meets, powerpoints of the project, or video demonstrations – Project Discovery Day will be as better than ever!
We are currently looking for instructors to lead sessions for the February PDD! If you would like to share your talents and passions, click here!
2021 PDD Schedule:
Now – December 17: Sign up to lead a PDD session
December 21 – January 28: Participant Sign up
First week in February: Instructors will be emailed/mailed a complete list of youth who have signed up for their sessions. Instructors will provide all the necessary supplies for the projects, along with the instructions on how to complete the project (instructors will be reimbursed for supplies provided). If they want, they can provide additional virtual instructions/help in the form of online meetings (zoom/google meets), or downloadable powerpoints or videos. You don’t have to go it alone! The extension office is here to help — we can help with copying, taking pictures, making the videos, or setting up the virtual meetings!
February 12: Grab-‘n-Go bags for all the sessions need to be dropped off at the Extension office
February 18: Project Discovery Day starts! Grab-‘n-Go can be picked up from the offices.
Sessions that have been offered in the past:
Growing house plants
Pony bead animals
Session on goo making
Mason Jar Mosaic Solar Light
Paper Mache Art
Learn to Dance
Paper Flowers, wreaths and Snowflakes
Scribble design on a cloth bag
Making homemade snacks
Creating Digital Stories
Tie charm bracelet
Mouse Trap Racers
Coffee Filter Wreath
Cake decorating tips
Crochet a bookmark
Knifty Knitter knitting (we have the knifty knitter forms in the office)
Counted cross stitch on plastic canvas
Coloring Prints on a dish towel or table scarves